Category: Soldiers

Vecna BEAR robot.

Robot that will extract wounded troops from the battlefield. (via)

Tags: Robots Soldiers Survival Technology War.

Personal powdered blood packs.

Freeze-dried blood being developed for battlefield transfusions that soldiers will carry in their personal supplies. (via)

Tags: Blood Soldiers Survival Technology War Wounds.

Unique Signature Detection Project.

DARPA-funded project that aims to develop technology for soldiers to identify high-level-of-interest persons by chemosignals emanating from body scent. (via)

Tags: Future Military Project Research Smell Soldiers Technology War.


Sensors which are designed to capture and record a soldier’s combat movements and encounters.

Tags: Big brother Soldiers Technology War.

UltraCell XX25.

Methanol fuel cell designed for the military that generates portable wireless power.

Tags: Energy Improvements Soldiers Technology.

eXtended Range Electro-Muscular Projectile.

Taser manufacturer develops electric shock system delivered by 12-gauge shotgun shells. (via)

Tags: Crime Police Products Soldiers Weapons.


Lightweight military facial armor. (via)

Tags: Soldiers Survival War.

Radar Scope.

Handheld military device that can sense movement through 12 inches of concrete. (via)

Tags: Gadgets Security Soldiers Technology.

Monkey business.

Stalin tried breeding apes with soldiers to create an invincible mutant Red Army. (via)

Tags: Animals Bizarre Discovery History People Soldiers.

Aluminum oxynitride.

US Military is developing see-through aluminum armor. (via)

Tags: Materials Resources Soldiers Synthetics War.

Navy seals.

Armed dolphins, trained by the US Navy to shoot terrorists and pinpoint spies underwater, may be missing in the Gulf of Mexico. (via)

Tags: Animals Bizarre Soldiers Special Ops Weapons.

Hot Eagle.

The Air Force and DARPA are studying options for a reusable space vehicle that could place a squad of Marines halfway across the globe within 2 hours. (via)

Tags: Soldiers Space Special Ops Study Travel War.

Bat rope.

British scientists have invented a high-speed rope that allows climbing of high buildings or cliffs at more than 10 feet a second. (via)

Tags: Gadgets Resources Soldiers Special Ops Technology.

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